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Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings)
was the first house on this side of Upper Brook Street east of Park Lane ... Upper Brook Street South Side South Side Nos. 30, 31 and 32 Nos. 30, ... as Nos. 105108 Park Lane,...
Old and New London: Volume 2
of this street. From Farringdon Street to Fetter Lane used to be known as Holborn Hill; from Fetter Lane to Brooke Street as Holborn, and from Brooke Street ... Holborn To...
Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History)
Grosvenor, Brook and Upper Brook Streets and towards the bottom of South Audley ... and now rising along Grosvenor and Brook Streets. This decision, together ... on one of these (Nos. 9 Grosvenor...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 5, Central
the forecourt of the Guildhall close to Common Hall Lane. Surviving fragments ... only by a stretch of precinct wall, 120 ft. long, visible in a lane at the rear ... radically. The surviving length of wall,...
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 8
6 and the Hot Lane Brook of 1833, 7 flows between Burslem and Cobridge; ... through Hot Lane Brook in Hulton manor, presumably where Elder Road...
A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 6, Friern Barnet, Finchley, Hornsey With Highgate
Dollis brook was bridged by Hendon Lane at Finchley or Brent bridge, ... Until 1933 the western boundary followed Dollis brook to its junction with Mutton brook, which formed the...
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 14, Lichfield
House in Streethay. 11 A bridge over Curborough brook carried a lane ... at Ashmore Brook was added to Burntwood township; Pipehill Farm and the former ... at Ashmore Brook and...
Cardiff Records: Volume 5
y Gweydd (Rees the Weaver's house.) It was demolished 1899. BACK LANE ran ... ROW. A narrow street leading southward from Wharton Street to Barry Lane ... of Whitmore Lane, just south of Saint...
Old and New London: Volume 1
students for the larger Inns of Court. Fetter Lane did not derive its name ... calls it "Fewtor Lane," from the Norman-French word "fewtor" (idle person, ... from the Norman "defaytor" (defaulter), as if the...